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Data Archiving Information System Review of Related Literature

Data Archiving Information System Review of Related Literature

Data Archiving Information System Review of Related Literature

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE/SYSTEMS                                                       

This capstone project cited books, articles and related systems, which are relevant to the related study. It is composed of related literature and studies which contain facts and information significant on the design and development of the data archiving information system.

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

The Evolution of Data Archiving

According to Ortiz (2009) over the last few years there has been an increasing amount of interest in data archiving.  Factors such as the explosive growth of data quantities on corporate networks along with the need to retain more and more of this data for longer periods in order to meet various legal and corporate governance requirements, and the need to reduce costs wherever possible, are driving this growing interest. Along with this growing interest the evolution of data archiving that has now culminated in Cloud Based Archive Solutions.  The most common method of achieving this goal is through the process of archiving, which, unlike backups, moves inactive data from primary disk-based storage to an easily accessible, less expensive secondary storage tier then deleting it from the disk source locations. This can help realize the objective of cutting costs by freeing up expensive primary storage, reducing backup windows thereby increasing operational efficiency and providing reliable protection of the data for the long term.  A viable and effective data archive should provide: scalability, cost effectiveness, availability, and secure long term protection for the data.

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Socio-Academic Online Portal Review of Related Literature

Socio-Academic Online Portal Review of Related Literature

Socio-Academic Online Portal Review of Related Literature

Review of Related Literature and Studies

This chapter talks about the review of related literature of the developed Socio-academic Web Portal for administrators, students, teachers, faculty and staff and stakeholders of ACADEMIC INSTITUTION. Concepts that focused on the development and design issues of Social Networking was also discussed here.

Web Portal

A web portal is most often one specially-designed Web page at a website which brings information together from diverse sources in a uniform way. Usually, each information source gets its dedicated area on the page for displaying information (a portlet); often, the user can configure which ones to display. A portal may use a search engine API to permit users to search intranet content as opposed to extranet content by restricting which domains may be searched. Apart from this common search engines feature, web portals may offer other services such as e-mail, news, stock quotes, information from databases and even entertainment content. Portals provide a way for enterprises and organizations to provide a consistent look and feel with access control and procedures for multiple applications and databases, which otherwise would have been different web entities at various URLs. The features available may be restricted by whether access is by an authorized and authenticated user (employee,member) or an anonymous site visitor. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_portal)

Kiosk Based Mapping System Review of Related Literature

Kiosk Based Mapping System Review of Related Literature

Kiosk Based Mapping System Review of Related Literature

TECHNICAL BACKGROUND

This system has been developed by the researchers due to experiences they encountered during the times when they were also newcomer students. Although there is already a locator map existed, but still the information is not sufficient to guide. Most of visitors and freshmen students were always misguided with the exact location of rooms, offices, departments, external campuses and projects. The administration, faculty and staff would not be exposed and familiarized by the students. As a result, sometimes they would not be respected by the students.

Kiosk Based Mapping System Review of Related Literature

Kiosk Based Mapping System Review of Related Literature

Arduino Based Door Lock System Review of Related Literature

Arduino Based Door Lock System Review of Related Literatre

Arduino Based Door Lock System Review of Related Literature

Review of Related Literature and Studies

The following list of studies and literature will serve as a guide to the developers and researchers in the development of the research entitled Arduino Based Door Lock System.

Related Literature

According to Cha Zhang, Et.al. (June 2010). State that the Face detection is the most studied topics in the computer vision literature. They survey the recent advances in face detection the one is the Seminal Viola- jones face detection it contains three main ideas to build a successful face detector that can run in time: the integral image, classifier learning with AdaBoost, and the Attentional cascade structure. With the rapid increase of availability of modern sensing, analysis and rendering equipment and technologies, computers are becoming more and more intelligent. There have been hundreds of reported approaches to face detection. Early works (before year 2000) had been surveyed. A Survey of Recent Advances in Face Detection (2010).“Boosting- Based Face Detection and Adaption” by Cha Zhang, et.al.

File Management System in PHP and MySQL Review of Related Literature

File Management System in PHP and MySQL Review of Related Literature

File Management System in PHP and MySQL Review of Related Literature

REVIEW OF LITERATURE

This chapter presents the review of the related literature and significant studies that will enable the researchers to acquire basic information and references on different perspectives of concepts and theories in the design and development of File Management System in PHP and MySQL. It also includes some operational technical terms related to the study.

Related Foreign Literature

 Stallings (2012) defines file management system as a set of system software that provides services to users and applications in the use of files. Typically, the only way that a user or application may access files is through the file management system. This relieves the user or programmer of the necessity of developing special-purpose software for each application and provides the system with a consistent, well-defined means of controlling its most important asset. File management system aims: to meet the data management needs and requirements of the user, which include storage of data and the ability to perform the aforementioned operations; to guarantee, to the extent possible, that the data in the file are valid; to optimize performance, both from the system point of view in terms of overall throughput and from the user’s point of view in terms of response time; to provide I/O support for a variety of storage device types; to minimize or eliminate the potential for lost or destroyed data; to provide a standardized set of I/O interface routines to user processes; and to provide I/O support for multiple users, in the case of multiple-user systems.

Smartcard Based Attendance Monitoring with SMS Review of Related Literature

Smartcard Based Attendance Monitoring with SMS Review of Related Literature

Smartcard Based Attendance Monitoring with SMS Review of Related Literature

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

This chapter includes different literatures related to the propose system. It discusses different systems and their functions. It also contains different theories that were found important in the making of the proposed system.

Smart Card Based Attendance System

In general, a smart card is an integrated circuit card with a memory capable of making decisions. This project can be used for recording the attendance of an employee in an organization or a student in a class. A smart card, chip card or integrated circuit card (ICC), is defined as any pocket-sized card with embedded integrated circuits which can process information. This implies that it can receive input which is processed by way of the ICC applications and delivered as an output. In this project, we are using a contact smart card where the information inside the card is communicated to the card reader by inserting a card into the card reader. The card reader in this project used is an SR-90 SDK of 1KB memory size. The smart card reader contains a PIC 16F73 microcontroller, a voltage regulator, serial cable connections, and an LED which glows whenever a card is inserted into the reader and also it glows whenever it issues any command or receives any command.

BJMP Visitors Log Monitoring Review of Related Literature

BJMP Visitors Log Monitoring Review of Related Literature

BJMP Visitors Log Monitoring Review of Related Literature

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

This chapter presents the review of the related literature and studies and the technical background that has been used as bases and references in the present study and discussed the technicality of the project, details of the technologies used and the relevance of the project for Bureau of Jail Management and Penology.

Monitoring Systems

All monitoring systems work on the simple basis of: the aim of a monitoring system is maximise reliability and availability. A monitoring system will not stop a system malfunctioning, but will log system data from which system characteristics can be deduced. This provides our customers with advanced data on the status of their system and data to plan maintenance schedules around. The monitoring system collects data from all over the system and provides feedback at a specific location, this location can either be the control room on ship or the control room on land receiving feedback signals from a fleet of aircraft, which are currently flying, or the generator set situated in on an oilrig. The monitoring systems provides us with the freedom of knowing what our system is doing, how well it is doing it and will help predict how it will react next time we run it.

Loan Transaction Monitoring with SMS Related Literature

Loan Transaction Monitoring with SMS Related Literature

Loan Transaction Monitoring with SMS Related Literature

CHAPTER II

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE/SYSTEM

For further understanding of the study, the researchers made use of different reading materials related to the system study. These materials such as books, thesis and other web articles are essential in broadening the knowledge of the researchers. These will also guide the researchers to achieve their target objectives by getting ideas on other related studies and make improvements as possible.

The information gathered by the researchers focuses on the development of business and its advantages to the consumers and target business. Security measurement information in terms of orders and reservations, and privacy of records and transactions to be considered in developing a system are also obtained.

The researchers also sum up the different techniques on how to gain more customers and eventually convince them to purchase the products based on some surveys gathered by the past studies. Merchants knew they needed a better system, and researchers created the proposed system.

Human Resource Information System Review of Related literature

Human Resource Information System Review of Related literature

Human Resource Information System Review of Related literature

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

This chapter presents the related literature and studies after the thorough research done by the researchers. This will also present the prior arts and synthesis of the art.

In order to develop a thorough understanding and deeper insight into previous works and trends that is relevant to the subject, as well as to reach specific goals of the study, the researchers considered a number of references, both foreign and local. These references presented in this chapter were gathered through journals, magazines, books, and other reading materials. It is also includes related foreign and local literature and studies acquired through the internet, past thesis and case studies of the same field and discipline. This provides a background for the discussion to analyze the findings of the present investigations.

Local Related literature

HRIS in Provincial Government of Bulacan

The Provincial Government of Bulacan’s Human Resources Office (PHRMO) is responsible for, among other services, the maintenance of records associated with payroll preparation and processing. They are also responsible for maintenance of 201 file for each individuals. Among the significant services brought about by the PHRMO through the use of HRIS, on top of the list is the fast and accurate processing of pertinent employee’s record like services records and payroll. Through the automatic computation facility and integrated time keeping system, processing time to determine leave credits, which is necessary for computation of pay of employee’s who have absences, and processing time to prepare remittances for GSIS, PAG-IBIG, and MEDICARE are very well addressed. This system did not only empower the employee’s and increased their productivity, but also became a tool to eliminate red tape. Through HRIS, response time to employee request is admirable.

Patient Information System Review of Related Literature

Patient Information System Review of Related Literature

Patient Information System Review of Related Literature

The following review of related literatures and studies will serve as the basis for the development of the Patient Information System for our client and will also serve as a guide for crafting the documents of this research study.

Review of Related Literature

Patient record systems as elaborated by Annals.org (1993), although an   area of active research, are not in widespread use. In June 1992, 3% of Dutch general practitioners had introduced computer-based patient records. Of these, 70% had replaced the paper patient record with a computer-based record to retrieve and record clinical data during consultations. Possible reasons for the use of computerized patient record system include the nature of Dutch general practice and the early and active role of professional organizations in recognizing the potential of computerized patient record system. Professional organizations issued guidelines for information systems in general practice, evaluated available systems, and provided postgraduate training that prepares physicians to use the system. In addition, professional organizations successfully urged the government to reimburse general practitioners part of the expenses related to the introduction of computerized patient record system.